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Episode 13 : Queen of Soaps

Posted by Stephanie Hill

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Season 6

Duration  :  

30m

After getting hooked on soap operas, Vera becomes a washout at work and later quits.


Guest Stars: Susan Tolsky


Genres: Comedy

Episodes
Episode 1 : Bet a Million, Mel
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Episode 2 : Guinness on Tap
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Episode 3 : Comrade Mel
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Episode 4 : Alice's Halloween Surprise
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Episode 5 : Alice's Big Four-Oh!
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Episode 6 : Mel's Cousin, Wendell
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Episode 7 : Vera's Bouncing Check
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Episode 8 : After Mel's Gone
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Episode 9 : Mel's Christmas Carol
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Episode 10 : The Wild One
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Episode 11 : Alice Calls the Shots
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Episode 12 : Not with My Niece You Don't
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Episode 14 : Sharples vs. Sharples
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Episode 15 : Valentine's Day Massacre
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Episode 16 : The Best Little Waitress in the World
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Episode 17 : Alice and the Acorns
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Episode 18 : Jolene Hunnicutt, Dynamite Trucker
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Episode 19 : Mel Wins By a Nose
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Episode 20 : Give My Regrets to Broadway
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Episode 21 : Vera's Reunion Romance
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Episode 22 : Monty Falls for Alice
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Episode 23 : Spell Mel's
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Episode 24 : My Mother the Landlord
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